The Rehabilitation Gaming System
An advanced neuro-rehabilitation tool
RGS is an innovative ICT Virtual Reality tool for the rehabilitation of motor deficits, cognitive, language and affective disorders after brain damage such as stroke.
A science based rehabilitation system
RGS is based on leading edge research in neuroscience, psychology, computing, user interfaces and virtual reality. RGS uses training methods that have been scientifically proven to be effective.
RGS has treated about 500 patients and has been validated in a number of clinical studies published in leading scientific journals.
Adapts to the needs of the patient
RGS based treatment is tailored to the specific needs of each individual patient, from the acute to the chronic phase after stroke.
RGS is cost effective for patients and their families. It reduces the costs for primary health care, providers, health centres and insurance companies by minimising transportation while optimising the intensity of rehabilitation training, diagnostics and monitoring.
Engages the patient
RGS promotes the active engagement of the patient by placing them at the center of the rehabilitation process, they are in control of how they train following a personalized treatment approach.
November 13, 2017
When science comes out of the laboratoryThe RGS system has been presented at B-Debate and event focused on improving the quality of life of the elderly, promoted by Biocat and the Obra Social La Caixain Barcelona. The goal of this debate is to promote the idea that science should not stay in the laboratory, as...
October 20, 2017
THE REHABILITATION GAMING SYSTEM IS IN LONDON AT “NEW SCIENTIST LIVE”RGS has arrived in London at the New Scientist Live, an event like no other, with more than 22,000 visitors interested in how science and technology are shaping society and how we see the world around us.
September 16, 2017
THE NEUROREHABILITATION SYSTEM “RGS“ NOW AVAILABLE AT THE HOSPITAL ASEPEYOThe Hospital Asepeyo Coslada has acquired the Rehabilitation Gaming System for the treatment of patients’ with motor and cognitive damage. The occupational therapists Pilar Martin Olmos, Mercedes Campuzano Gutierrez, and Victoria Martinez Diez commented “We wanted ...
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